Rep Baseball




Red Deer Minor Baseball Association offers a "Rep Program" that provides its players the opportunity to develop their skills and play at higher levels of competition. There are rep teams starting at the 11U (formerly Mosquito) age level and going up to the 18U (formerly Midget) age level. Typically, there are two to three teams at each age group, categorized according to Baseball Alberta divisions. 


Division Year Born Registration Fee Tryout Fee
11U AA (Formerly Mosquito) 2009 & 2010 $335.00 $50 Local
13U AA and AAA (Formerly PeeWee) 2007 & 2008 $360.00 $50 Local
15U AA  (Formerly Bantam) 2005 & 2006 $385.00 $50 Local
15U AAA ( Formerly Bantam) 2005 & 2006 $635.00 $50 Local,  $100 Import
18U AA (Formerly Midget) 2001 - 2004 $410.00 $50 Local
18U AAA ( Formerly Midget) 2001 - 2004 $710.00 $50 Local,  $100 Import


2020 Rep Division Registration Dates and Fees:

Rep registration opens November 15, 2019 and remains open until midnight December 31st, 2019.

Tryout fees:  Red Deer players $50.00, Imports $100.00 ( RDMBA only accepts imports at the 15U (Bantam) AAA and 18U (Midget) AAA Levels)

Tryout fees are in addition to the registration fees listed below and will automatically be added when registering. 



* Please note any player both import and non-import, chosen for a Rep team, are asked to sell RDMBA raffle tickets.  This fundraiser is to assist in covering the costs of our programs.  If you wish to forgo selling raffle tickets you may just pay the additional program fee of $200.00 for 11U AA, 13U AA and AAA, 15U AA and 18U AA or $400.00 15U AAA and 18U AAA.
11U AA (Formerly Mosquito)  *are asked to sell 20 $10.00 RDMBA raffle tickets
13U AA/AAA ( Formerly PeeWee)  *are asked to sell 20 $10.00 RDMBA raffle tickets
15U AA (Formerly Bantam)  *are asked to sell 20 $10.00 RDMBA raffle tickets
15U AAA (Formerly Bantam)     *are asked to sell 40 $10.00 RDMBA raffle tickets
18U AA (Formerly Midget)  *are asked to sell 20 $10.00 RDMBA raffle tickets
18U AAA (Formerly Midget)  *are asked to sell 40 $10.00 RDMBA raffle tickets



Refund Policy: All refunds are subject to a 20% administration fee. 


Coaches for the Rep Program are selected in December/January/February. Player evaluations or tryouts will be conducted in January/February/March depending on division.  These evaluations involve independent evaluators with a baseball background and an understanding of how the evaluation system works.  These evaluations are based on direct observation of demonstrated skill, estimates of future development potential, perceived dedication to the program and other such factors.  In this way all players wishing to try out for Rep teams are required to demonstrate their ability so they can be placed at the appropriate level.

The Rep Program requires more of a time commitment from the players, coaches  and parents than the Rec Program.  This level will typically practice at least twice a week and play almost every weekend, starting in early May and going to August.  These weekends include league play as well as tournaments. Depending on how the teams do, there are Provincial, National and Western Canadian Championships that the team can qualify for (11U only has a Provincial Championship).

There are also extra costs associated with this level of competition.  RDMBA fees cover basic expenses such as insurance, some equipment and facilities.  Rep players have the choice to sell raffle tickets with the proceeds going to RDMBA, or pay the additional program fees as listed above.   Rep teams are required to cover their own travel, umpire fees and tournament costs.  This extra cost is usually offset by team fund raising activities.  The amount of fund raising will vary per team and is very much dependent on the amount of travel required.

If you have a second year 9U child that wishes to tryout for 11U as an underage player they may do so, however, if they are not chosen to play on one of the 11U Rep teams they must go back to their age level and play as a 9U in the Rec division.


Role of the Players

Players in baseball should be involved because they want to be with their peers and for the enjoyment of the game.  Baseball is a game of anticipation, hand to eye coordination and short energy bursts and requires skill and concentration.  There is much to learn and much to apply in the spirit of competing.  Players must develop individually and unconditionally contribute to the team in order to extract game enjoyment.

Code of Conduct

  • Treat all players as you would like to be treated 
  • Play by the rules
  • Never argue with an officials call
  • Be attentive and cooperative with everyone on the field
  • Control the emotions - no temper tantrums or mouthing off
  • Be a good sport
  • Hazing or bullying of any kind will not be tolerated
  • Practice and play hard every time
  • Be coachable and teachable
  • Respect the Coach, he is more experienced than you


Role of the Parents

The parents are the biggest supporters and cheerleaders of young baseball players.  As well, parents are supporters of RDMBA and are stakeholders in the success of the team and the organization.  Parents exert long hours volunteering and are a catalyst in helping the Coach and Players create the environment to extract enjoyment in the game.  When your season is complete, please take the time to complete a Coach Evaluation Form.  These evaluations are anonymous, and extremely helpful in helping RDMBA become the best Association it can be. 

Code of Conduct

  • Encourage players to be involved in baseball for their enjoyment, not yours
  • Encourage players to always play by the rules
  • Always have good sportsmanship and skill development in mind, regardless of the scoreboard
  • Be mindful that players learn best by example - applaud good plays by either team
  • Show consideration and respect for the officials, even when you do not agree with their calls
  • Abuse of players, coaches, officials and volunteers will not be tolerated
  • Respect the Coach's approaches and decisions - handle any difficult situations with unselfish motives


Developing The Team

After player selections, there will be a Coach / Parent meeting.  The Coach will present the coaching philosophy, the team goals and objectives and his general expectations of the season.  This meeting is intended to generate discussion and clear any questions that anyone may have.  Since this is the first official get together of the Coaches and Parents, the success of the year begins here.

  • This is the time for volunteer positions to be filled
  • The coach will welcome any parent questions or concerns individually
  • Communicate
  • Parents should be cooperative as volunteers
  • Parents and Coaches are role models for Players - always speak and act accordingly
  • All are responsible to create an open environment geared towards enjoyment of the game
  • Make your season successful instead of waiting for it to be successful
  • Don't sweat the small stuff
  • Laugh at yourself, not at others
  • Ask if you do not understand
  • Explain if someone asks
  • Carpool
  • Offer suggestions for improvement to Board members of RDMBA

For more information, please call RDMBA 403-346-5075


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